The cyber space saw numerous developments during 2019, including new privacy regulations, systemic ransomware claims and increasing concern surrounding non-affirmative cyber in the underwriting community. Looking toward the remainder of 2020, Guy Carpenter sees a number of emerging trends that present both potential challenges and opportunities for our clients, particularly as they relate to COVID-19.
The fourth installment of the Marsh & McLennan Advantage podcast examines three areas where the pandemic has led to a broader engagement with technology. Tamara McCleary, Thulium, Bob Parisi and Thomas Reagan from Marsh, first discuss the cyber and privacy risks in health and contact tracing apps. Marsh is an affiliate of Guy Carpenter.
That discussion is followed by Kavitha Hariharan and Ben Hoster, from Marsh & McLennan Advantage, Insights, who consider the best practices for firms evaluating and deploying tools to track employees’ health.
Finally, listen in as Leslie Chacko, Marsh & McLennan Advantage Insights, Rob Bauer, Marsh and Hunter Williams, Oliver Wyman, discuss the way that the pandemic has shaped the way goods reach consumers and innovations in last-mile delivery.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Guy Carpenter’s Cyber Global Center of Excellence is actively following and responding to significant developments in the cyber risk sphere and helping clients adapt to evolving technologies.